January 23, 2019
All-Star showcase highlights three game week: The Toledo Walleye played a ton of hockey over a three day span that culminated with the 2019 CCM/ECHL All-Star Classic on Monday night. Saturday the team erased a 3-0 deficit on the road to collect a point in 4-3 shootout loss at Kalamazoo. A back and forth Sunday matchup with Fort Wayne also went the distance with the Walleye coming out on top 3-2 when Justin Kea scored in the fifth round of the shootout.
So close to an All-Star win: Toledo had two teams (Fins and Hooks) in Monday...Read more
January 15, 2019
Three straight in Idaho: Toledo spent the last week out in Boise, taking on the Steelheads in Idaho for the first time ever. Wednesday night, a pair of early third period goals from the Steelheads pushed Toledo to a 4-2 loss. Toledo collected its lone point of the week Friday when AJ Jenks and Hunter Smith each scored for the Walleye to come back from a 3-1 deficit and send the game to overtime. Idaho took the contest in a shootout. Saturday’s game went back and forth until the Steelheads pulled away late in 5-3 Walleye defeat.<...Read more
January 7, 2019
Up and down week results in a pair of wins: Toledo started its week with a 4-1 loss in Cincinnati but rebounded with wins at Wheeling (6-2) on Thursday and 3-2 over Kalamazoo Friday. The week closed with a tough 8-2 loss to the Wheeling Nailers on Saturday night. Toledo reached three or more goals in their wins which boosted their record to 21-0-1 when reaching three goals in a game.
Another week another sellout: Saturday night saw another standing room only crowd enter the Huntington Center (8,117). For the season the Walleye are averaging over a...Read more
January 3, 2019
(Toledo, OH) – Forward Joe McKeown (mc-que-en) and Defenseman Sean Federow (fed-er-oh) have both agreed to terms with the Toledo Walleye for the 2018-19 season. Both are expected to play tonight for the Walleye in Wheeling.
McKeown is in the first full season in the pro ranks after appearing in 15 games with Peoria of the SPHL last year (1G, 1A, 15 penalty minutes). So far this year, the 24-year-old forward has produced eight goals, eight assists and 33 penalty minutes with Quad City of the SPHL. He has been playing as a plus seven for the Storm. McKeown spent...Read more